Bowie Racing Officials: Maryland Commission Approves List Submitted-More Licenses Granted, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-24


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I I I I I i i i ] BOWIE RACING OFFICIALS Maryland Commission Approves List Submitted — More Licenses Granted. BALTIMOKK. Md.. March 23. -The Maryland Racing Commission today approved of the officinN for the Bowie meeting, which will begin April 1 and which will open the spring campaign in the Kast. Carter Halls name was not among those submitted as stewards. Herman P. •■inkling and George Brown. Jr.. being nominated. It is believed that Baker Walters will be the third man in the stand. The other officials are practically the same as last fall. They arc: Stewards — Herman P. Conkling and George Brown. Jr. Judges — loseph A. Murphy. J. H. Anderson and Kdward Tribe. Starter— Ocerge T. Miller. Handicapper and clerk of the course — Joseph McLennan. Clerk of the scales— John T. Turner. Paddock and patrol Judges — Uoiuy Biggs, William Doyle and Charles J. Meister. Timer — William Jennings. Physician— Dr. W. B. Dalton. Veterinarian — Dr. H. J. McCarthy. General manager — James F. OTIara. Several more license applications wpre received today by the commissioners. They were: Trainers — Charles Ha nghton, Ired T. Miller. W. A. Bnrttschell. E. S. Wallace. Thomas S. Doyle. J. P. Mayeerry, A. U. Vivell. J. W. Uealey. Harry Kites. .Max Kmart. A. ii. Weston. Jockeys — Lee Coney. Simon McLatie. John Mc-Taggart, Anthony Allen. Jr. 1 — * 0 , .

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